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    Kodachrome, baby...

    Nothing like it before, during, or after. When Kodachrome died, the heart and soul Kodak died with it.

    Ken
    "When making a portrait, my approach is quite the same as when I am portraying a rock. I do not wish to impose my personality upon the sitter, but, keeping myself open to receive reactions from his own special ego, record this with nothing added: except of course when I am working professionally, when money enters in,—then for a price, I become a liar..."

    — Edward Weston, Daybooks, Vol. II, February 2, 1932

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    Nikon FM2
    Kodak color print films. If I remember correctly, trying a couple of rolls of a new 1000 speed film?
    Some Kodak slide film and some black and white.
    Walgreens for processing and printing.

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    Minolta X-700 & Kodachrome 25, Bogen tripod (3020?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    Kodachrome, baby...

    Nothing like it before, during, or after. When Kodachrome died, the heart and soul Kodak died with it.

    Ken
    amen

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    (1) Top most-used camera? Gowland PocketView 4x5 with a Caltar IIN 150/5.6
    (2) Top most-used film? TMax100
    (3) Top most-used paper? Agfa Portriga Rapid (111) and Ilford Gallerie (glossy)
    (4) B&W enlarger, color enlarger, other printing equipment? BW -- Omega D5XL, with 135mm lens
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    I was taking photography classes at the university around 1988.

    Canon T90
    Tokina 80-200 f2.8 ATX
    some miscellaneous wide angle zoom
    pair of 300TL flashes plus Quantum batteries
    Domke F1X bag
    TMax 100
    Lloyds Lloader
    College lab supplied the chems. Paper I got at the U Bookstore, though I don't remember what it was. I was doing all my own B&W; color was done by Jet Color Labs in north Seattle.

    Also an FTb landed in my lap about that time, with three ancient primes... 28, 50, and 135, I think. Didn't use them much, though.

    Today I have (among others) three T90s in current use, plus a bagful of primes. I have a Tokina 80-200 f2.8 ATX, but I think it's a Minolta MD mount. Don't have the Quantum batteries, still have the Domke bag. My most-used films during the summer months are Ilford FP4+ and Portra 160. When it starts getting dark and/or cloudy I switch to TMax 400 and Portra 400. My most-used slide film is E100GX in 120.
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    Right now in Spain they're holding the Running of the Bulls,
    followed by the Soiling of the Pants, and the Burying of the Idiots.

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    Nikon FM and FE
    Tri-X and Kodachrome 64
    Kodak RC something
    Durst F30
    Good times.

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    1. Nikon F2AS, Nikon F2A and a pair of Nikon F3HPs for 35mm shooting. A 500C/M with a 50, 80 and 150 for medium format work.
    2. Kodachrome 25 and 64for all my colour work, Kodak Tri-x, Ilford PanF and HP5 for black and white.
    3. Kodak paper (Polycontrast?)
    4. An Omega D2.

    So...beyond updating my 35mm bodies, adding in a Leica rangefinder system, and accumulating a lot more lenses (in both 35mm format and 120), I have made only minor changes (Ilford for all my paper and the lion's share of film and chemistry, and Ektachrome for almost all my colour work) to my photography (if the tragic loss of Kodachrome can be deemed minor).
    Last edited by BradleyK; 08-05-2013 at 01:45 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystrick View Post
    Okay, back in 1988, what were you using for:
    (1) Top most-used camera?
    Pentax K1000 SE. This was my only camera for many, many years. Still own it.
    Quote Originally Posted by skystrick View Post
    (2) Top most-used film?
    Kodachrome, Kodachrome and more Kodachrome.
    Occasionally I would shoot some Kodacolor.
    Once in awhile I would shoot some TriX but I really did not get into black & white until about 8 years ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by skystrick View Post
    (3) Top most-used paper?
    (4) B&W enlarger, color enlarger, other printing equipment?
    I really didn't start printing or developing my own film until just a few years ago when it started to get very difficult to get film developed and printed locally.

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    I was 13 years old, shooting with the Olympus OM-G that my dad bought me for my 11th birthday. I had a 50mm f1.8 and a 28mm f2.8 lens, both Olympus Zuiko lenses. I had never used black and white film or done my own processing, that would have to wait till I took photography in high school a few years later. I shot Kodak's amateur color neg films. I think it was Kodacolor VR-G, usually in 100 speed. Got it processed by a local lab.

    I don't have the camera anymore. It was broken in a car accident when I was 16. Totaled my car, too. Replaced the camera with an Olympus OM-4T
    Chris Crawford
    Fine Art Photography of Indiana and other places no one else photographs.

    http://www.chriscrawfordphoto.com

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